Five home-grown remedies to cure what ails you
A local yoga pro reveals the benefits of prenatal yoga
One local skin-care pro reveals the baddies in your blush.
A new meditation studio markets modernist tranquility and mental software upgrades.
Allison Jones and Keegan Clements-Housser
Welcome to flavor country, where locals are taking guilt-free nosh to a whole new level.
Rachel Ritchie and Tuck Woodstock
Without warning, 16-year-old Kylie O’Keefe found the slightest sound excruciating. Was it all in her head?
Why the Portland-raised esthetician behind Partly Sunny skin care crafted a line specifically for Northwest faces.
This Providence running group gives Portlanders the heart to start exercising—and with a new book, the principles are available to everyone.
TREAT YO SELF
Calm yourself with Ahara Rasa's lessons from the time-honored Indian "science of life."
Searching for organic makeup and skin care? We've got a few favorites to share.
The health care organization will remove all added-sugar beverages from its Oregon hospitals and medical offices in 2015.
From comfort to community building to lifetime cost savings of more than $3000, there's plenty to adore about these reusable menstrual products.
From rugby to ice hockey to Mixed martial arts, we work out with some of the city’s most impressive athletes to find out what makes them tick, how they stay fit, and how you can get in on the action.
Allison Jones and Marty Patail
Ready for your gym to get way more crowded this month? We break down Oregon's January wellness bump.
Follow these money-saving tips from the Oregon Environmental Council to minimize the eco impact of your gift giving and decorating.
WINTER BUCKET LIST
From salt-cave massages and yoga to champagne and chocolate pedicures, we've got plenty of ways for you to melt away winter stress.
Eden Dawn, Allison Jones, and Kelly Clarke
Michele Loew of Yoga Space deconstructs three familiar asana shapes, and what they can do for your whole body (and mind).
Take a look around Northwest Portland's first rock gym, complete with 30,000 square feet of bouldering, climbing, yoga, and more.
The Extra Mile, a perennial customer favorite, tastes like dessert but is packed with protein, vitamins, and minerals.